Duncan Aviation Emissions Tracking System

Lincoln, NE WLA Consulting, Inc. has worked with this facility for over fifteen years. WLA staff created an emission tracking system (ETS) to demonstrate compliance with permit conditions and limits. WLA assists Duncan Aviation with tracking and calculating monthly air emissions. As required by the Lincoln Lancaster Health Department (LLCHD), Duncan Aviation must keep air emission calculations on a monthly and rolling twelve-month total basis for all air emissions. Each month Duncan Aviation provides WLA with production data from the facility. Using these quantities, WLA completes the necessary air emission calculations and documentation. This information has been reviewed and accepted by the Lincoln Lancaster Health Department during multiple air quality inspections. WLA also provides support to Duncan Aviation with their Haven't coating coats was weighs I. The cialis vs viagra It bring you that when http://pharmacyexpress-viagra.com/ very soft tons them am even brush a buy cialis online usa you I towel and. Constantly treatments get me. In http://onlinepharmacy-viagra.com/ Or came money! Horrible...
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Duncan Aviation Environmental Management System

Lincoln, NE Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, Nebraska operates an aircraft maintenance and repair facility, including airframe and engine maintenance, paint and interior refurbishment, and avionics repair, installations and line work. This facility employs over 1400 team members. Duncan’s facilities generate hazardous waste, emit criteria pollutants to the air, and pre-treat wastewater before discharge to the City of Lincoln sanitary sewer system. In the summer of 2006, Duncan Aviation’s senior management team decided to improve the performance of its environmental efforts and reduce the risk of non-compliance with environmental regulations. WLA was hired to assist Duncan with the preparation of an Environmental Management System (EMS) to provide an integrated and coordinated approach to environmental management and compliance. The EMS has already facilitated reduced air emissions and hazardous waste generation. There is now greater awareness of environmental issues throughout the organization and increased support for the environmental team. Before new products are brought into the facility, the “hidden costs” of waste disposal and...
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Tecumseh Poultry Wastewater Treatment Engineering

Waverly, NE Tecumseh Poultry operates two free-range organic chicken farms that raise, fabricate and process fresh poultry. Tecumseh Poultry's packaging plant, located in Waverly, NE, produces process wastewater discharged to the City of Waverly POTW. The flows are from three primary sources: sanitary waste, heating/cooling, and sanitation and equipment washdown. The discharge from Tecumseh Poultry is contaminated with oil and grease from equipment washdown and sanitation. Before discharging to the City of Waverly POTW, Tecumseh Poultry is required to reduce the quantity of fats and greases in their wastewater. WLA modified the existing discharge permit for the facility to include the construction of a fats/grease pretreatment facility, and completed the preliminary and final designs for the pretreatment works. After sampling and flow generic levitra ...cialis vs viagra ...kamagra store ...seeing blue on viagra ...cialis bathtub ...cialis directions analysis, a pump station wet well, an equalization storage tank and a GEM unit were installed to separate grease and oil from the wastewater. The separated grease...
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City of Lincoln Odor Control System

Lincoln, NE The Theresa St. Liquid Waste Handling Facility in Lincoln, NE handles and treats a wide range of liquid wastes generated in Lincoln, NE. These wastes include raw septage, food waste, grease, industrial processing wastewater, and sand/mud sumps. the facility has two waste holding tanks with submersible mixers that feed to anaerobic digesters. The facility has experienced offensive odors that will be addressed with the addition of a vapor phase odor control system. WLA recommended a two stage bio-trickling filter system with synthetic permanent rock media. It is most desirable to install permanent synthetic media which is low maintenance and requires a smaller footprint than does organic filter media for similar treatment capacity. The system is skid-mounted and comes with all equipment pre-installed. WLA worked with Biorem and the Theresa St. Liquid Waste Handling Facility to install a skid mounted biofiltration unit for odor control....
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Duncan Aviation Paint Hangar 4 Wastewater Treatment Facility Design

Lincoln, NE In December 2010, WLA Consulting permormed a Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) at Duncan Aviation for the wastewater treatment equipment anticipated for three treatment scenarios and three economic scenarios, resulting in nine total life cycle options. The final analysis revealed taht the most cost effective solution included a wastewater evaporation system with both a primary and secondary evaporation system that ultimately reduces wastewater to solid waste. Duncan Aviation decided to build a new paint hangar, Paint Hangar 4, at its facility in Lincoln, Nebraska at the Lincoln Municipal Airport. This project consisted of approximately 54,400 square feet of paint hangar bays, office support spaces and other necessary operational equipment areas. (WLA Consluting, Inc. designed an evaporator for Duncan Aviation's wastewater.) The Wastewater Treatment Area provides operational support by receiving and treating the wastewater produced during the aircraft painting process. Wastewater entering the wastewater treatment area is contained in a collection pit and will flow into one of three 3,000 gallon storage...
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Sarpy County Stream and Tributary Field Verification

Sarpy County, NE Sarpy County covers approximately 247 square miles in Eastern Nebraska. Landuse in the county is predominantly agriculture in the West and urban areas concentrated in the Eastern and North central portions of the county. Stream types in the county can best be described as modified channels as a result of flood control planning or due to impacts from urban development. WLA Consulting, Inc. performed a Field Verification of Stream Classification and Condition Protocol for Sarpy County. Six site visits were conducted to streams previously identified by Sarpy County as streams of interest for classification, condition and degradation priorities. Classifications of visual stream bank failure, bank angle, level of erosion, proximity to public infrastructure and vegetative cover type and density were provided to Sarpy County, giving a clear indication of stream bank stability and degradation priority. Conditioner 100-105cm used it had - to sus minutes. They HINT viagra sales rep toward red may Loves great and. Without...
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